This book is dedicated to a coyote named Rosie. She brought our Laurel Canyon, California neighborhood together in an amazing fashion in the late summer of 2009. It is also dedicated to educating... More > people accurately and truthfully about the relationship we have with the wildlife in the urban-interface. Hopefully other communities will also learn how to do the same through experiencing Rosie’s story.
There are now more coyotes living in the United States than when the Declaration of Independence was signed.
They are not going away. We need to learn to live with them.
This is the story of one of those coyotes and what many people have learned from her one in a million. against all odds success story< Less
A docu-fictional, darkly humorous account of life on the road with a rock band during the musically tumultuous and extremely elevated 1970"s.
Written by Skip Haynes, former lead singer and ... More > writer for the Seventies Chicago folk-rock group Aliotta Haynes Jeremiah.< Less